hollie mcnish

“we need to see boobs, as well as bodies, in all their normality”: an interview with Hollie McNish

Holly McNish’s poetry reflects with eloquence and edge the social and cultural issues she experiences, and her – now viral – spoken word piece, Embarrassed, has become a poetic anthem for those campaigning to normalise breastfeeding in everyday life. Here, she takes time out  to answer a few questions on her poetry, her hopes for…

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On attachment: (belated) Attachment Feminism Christmas Message

FAO anyone who suggested otherwise in the last few weeks. My daughter is 6 months old. Here’s  a list of things she’s not: – difficult – miserable – high needs/maintenance – a typical girl   She is, however: – getting enough milk – starting to form a secondary attachment (though still a little young for…

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